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ous. The three parts are printed under each other, accompanied with directions respe&ting the performance. The party who takes the under notes employs his left hand only, while he who performs the upper part uses his right hand only, and the third player both his hands. The effect produced by this contrivance is sometimes uncommon, and some credit is certainly due to Mr. Kollman for the novelty of the idea. “ Te Loyal Polunteers,” inscribed to Sir Robert

Burnet, by William Gawler, Author of the , Woras and Music. Is. Rolfe.

This ballad consists of three verses, to each of which the music is repeated in the print. The melody is tolerably bold and chara&eristic, and the symphony and bass are well managed.

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